Esthetic or cosmetic dentistry and smile design
How the world sees you and how you see the world is sometimes everything to do with having confidence in your smile. There are amazing new technologies in esthetic dentistry that give us solutions to dental problems. No matter how big or small your concerns there are possibilities. Something that is taking away from your confidence in your smile is a priority for us. Together we can decide on the best option for you. Have a look at our before and after gallery for photos of example treatments. Choosing between implants, veneers, bonding and crowns is confusing. We can help you select what will help you achieve you smile goals. Your best smile is waiting.
Wondering what to expect? We get to know you, all about you. During our ‘exam’ we take time to find out about your wants and needs. Of course we are putting this in perspective of overall health and oral health. Our consultation time is best spent getting to know each other, to hear more of my thoughts, have a look at my blog posts. Dr. Maureen takes the time to present you will options that can include basic restorative services or other specialized esthetic treatments. Such as;
We now have the technology to straighten teeth without metal braces! Dr. Maureen opted to have Invisalign treatment after relapse from traditional braces as a teenager. Ask us if you too are a good candidate. More information at www.invisalign.com.
Healthy smiles can be whitened in office to get several shades whiter at home with customized trays. Fillings and crown work will not whiten with any products so please see us so we can personalize a plan to meet your aesthetic goals.
Effective treatment for wrinkles, sweating and migraine headaches. Botox has become a treatment provided by dentists to enhance smiles by reducing facial lines. The specific skills that dentists have with injections and knowledge of facial anatomy make them particularly adept to provide Botox.
Whether replacing a single tooth or every tooth. Dental implants are an option to get the function and esthetic you could be missing. Having even a single missing tooth alters the balance of the stomatognathic system. The body is forced to adapt to changes in chewing patterns, tooth articulation forces, occlusal trauma on remaining dentition and periodontal ligaments, speech is altered and mastication is impaired.